By Graham White of Slaughter and May, Graham White of Slaughter and May21 July 2000
The tenant may wish to make an improvement to increase the efficiency of the business, but if there is a residual value in the improvement when the lease ends, the landlord is simply given a greater incentive to decline to renew the lease and the tenant is deterred from carrying ...
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